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Travelling your horse

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Larissa Chapman, 23 September 2014 16:00

In our video below we discover the best and most comfortable way to travel your horse with help from our guinea pig traveller, Chocolate. First up, Chocolate tried out a forwards facing mode of transport in the form of a trailer towed by a car. We rigged up our secret cameras to see how he coped with the journey. Our results ...

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Shoe Secure test

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Allison Lowether, 01 July 2014 12:34

The Shoe Secure is quick and easy to use. It’s unique design covers the heels and back your horse’s front shoes helping to stop him pulling his shoes off during turnout. YH Buyers’ Guide editor Allison Lowther has been using the Shoe Secure on her horse Wish for two years who before using the Shoe Secure would regularly be on ...

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How to create quarter marks

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Rebecca Statham, 30 June 2014 10:32

If you want to make your horse stand out from the crowd, follow our tips from Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin’s travelling groom Alan Davies, on how you can make the perfect quarter marks. Used on Valegro and Uthopia, these markings will make sure your horse looks his best in the show ring. brightcove.createExperiences();

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Horseboarding

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Larissa Chapman, 08 May 2014 09:26

Your Horse writer Larissa Chapman donned her elbow pads and mounted an off-road skateboard ready to be pulled along by a galloping horse, all in the name of research to find out more about this fun-filled adrenalin-fuelled discipline that’s burst onto the scene. Get kitted out Dan explains the essential gear for both you, horse and boarder Horse: - A ...

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Lungeing | Total Confidence Month One

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Rosie Jones, 21 January 2014 14:32

Having a lesson on the lunge without stirrups is a fantastic way to help develop your position, stability and core strength and will enable you to get riding fit in no time! Watch our advice from Intelligent Horsemanship pro Rosie Jones. Find out more about Rosie's advice in the second installment of Total Confidence 2014 in Your Horse magazine (383 on sale 23 January ...

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Spook-busting for hacking | Total Confidence Month One

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Rosie Jones, 21 January 2014 14:32

Many riders worry about hacking and leaving the safety and comfort of the arena to enter a world of the unknown, where unpredictability reins and scary monsters lurk around every corner. But hacking out can be a lot of fun and a nice change of scenery for you and your horse, as well as providing multiple fitness benefits . To ...

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Beat box rest boredom

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Professor Daniel Mills, 17 January 2014 12:42

Easy ways to look after your horse’s mental state when he’s confined to the stable As owners, it’s our job to provide our horses with a lifestyle they can easily live with, which should include plenty of turnout. However, there are times, such as in the depths of winter, when turnout is scarce, or your horse is injured and needs ...

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Smile in the line | Total Confidence Month One

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Larissa Chapman, 23 December 2013 13:31

Rosie Jones explains how to develop mutual respect and understanding from the ground using a technique known as ‘leading your horse with a smile in the line’ - this is where you have a slack in your rope as you lead your horse. The idea is that you can lead your horse without pulling him along or without him pulling ...

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Michael Peace explains why horses find loading difficult

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Katy Islip, 06 August 2013 12:21

If your horse is a tricky loader, taking him anywhere can become a real nightmare, whether you’re hoping for success in the show ring or simply need to take him to the vets. We’ve spoken to specialist trainer Michael Peace to bring you his advice on why horses can have a problem with loading – check out his video below, ...

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Enjoy hacking

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Michael Peace, 05 July 2013 14:37

There’s nothing more exhilarating than a good canter in the great outdoors – Michael Peace is here with tips to help you enjoy riding in the open, safely Blowing away the cobwebs out hacking is one of the thrills and privileges of horse ownership, so don’t be daunted by the prospect of upping your speed when you’re out and about. ...

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